AREA OF Albufeira
Albufeira situated in the middle of the Algarve, right on the coast and has developed into one of the country's most prominent tourist attractions, as well as the Portuguese city with the most foreign inhabitants, with 22.5% of the permanent population born abroad, mostly in other European countries.
Easy access Close to the Highway Partly Built Up Quiet Residential Areas Expensive Front Line Properties Very Busy in Summer Time Popular Nightlife Youngsters Wonderful for Walking Good Shopping Possibilities New Marina Lots of Leisure Facilities
Albufeira is known for having a beautiful coast with several beaches holding the highest number of “blue flags” as well as the highest number of earned official “golden beach seals”.
The gastronomic experience in Albufeira is various; from traditional gastronomic delights to international cuisine-inspired dishes from the Algarve region and other parts of Portugal.
When it comes to nightlife, Albufeira is the place where you want to be. In this corner of the globe, summer evenings are filled with parties, music and dancing.
Albufeira's Old Town, made of cobblestone lanes, is a charming, family-friendly city with several restaurants, pubs, and stores.
Albufeira marina received the European Blue flag award and sits on a stunning location , with it’s sugar candy coloured apartments. It is the spot that separates the busy built up zone from the up market Residential area of Galé. Prices to berth your Yacht in Albufeira are still reasonable.
West from the Marina one finds the expensive frontline properties, some top quality restaurants and a couple of kilometres inland; Algarve shopping and retail centre.
Albufeira Guia shopping:
Amongst the 100+ stores, one can find Fnac, Zara, Pepe Jeans, Swarovski, Lanidor, H&M, Sephora, and several other stores that provide all kinds of services, such as a laundry, a hairdresser, banks, travel agencies, food court, and much more.
Although Albufeira became a modern Coastal town, it is still full of tradition. The fisherman bring their daily catch of fish and the local farmers sell their produce on the daily market.